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Morning Brief: October 10

Morning Brief: October 10
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A weekend for exploring

It's technically not happening until Saturday, but the Open House New York festival looks like a good time. This is how it works: you know those "No Trespassing" signs, right? Well at certain places, you're allowed to do just that. Get out there and explore. 

NEED TO KNOW

Hong Kong Leadership Not Negotiating After All  [Wall Street Journal]

Surge in Cuban Migrants to US  [New York Times]

LaGuardia Workers Striking Over Ebola Fears  [NY Post]

Lincoln Center Goes Solar  [New York Times]

Six City ZIP Codes Among Country's Wealthiest  [NY Post]

SPORTS

The Giants play the Eagles, in Philadelphia, Sunday at 8:30

The Jets take on the Broncos, at home, Sunday at 1:00

In hockey, the Rangers took down the Blues 3-2. They're playing the Blue Jackets in Columbus, Saturday at 7:00

The Islanders take on the Hurricanes tonight, at Carolina, at 7:00

WEATHER

Showers likely this afternoon, high of 64 degrees. Rain again tonight, low of 54. [Full Forecast]

ON STAGE TONIGHT

Tonight: Yelle, Lemonade: 7:00PM @ Irving Plaza

Saturday: Fleetwood Mac: 8:00PM @ Prudential Center

All Weekend: Escape Music Festival 2014: Girl Talk, Moby (DJ set), Placebo, Yeasayer, Mayer Hawthorne, and More!: Saturday 11:00AM through Sunday 11:00PM @ Governors Beach Club

TODAY IN HISTORY

Today in 1845, the United States Naval Academy officially opened its doors in Annapolis, Maryland.